A B O U T
Jeremy Carlisle Parker is a New York-based actor and singer. She is a graduate of the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati (CCM).
Jeremy was most recently seen in a staged reading of a new work, Urn on an Empty Stage - produced in part by the annual Rehearsal for Truth Festival, which showcases new contemporary works by young European playwrights.
Jeremy returned to Cortland Repertory Theatre last summer, where she was featured in the roles of Jacqueline in La Cage aux Folles, Vi Moore in Footloose, and Lady Westholme in Agatha Christie's Appointment with Death.
In January 2017, Jeremy returned to the theatre that gave her her start, Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, where she was featured in the role of Woman 1 in the musical First Date.
In November 2016, Jeremy portrayed the role of a singing angel in Eve Ensler's poignant play, Extraordinary Measures - produced by Diane Wondisford and Tony Montenieri through a creative partnership between New York City's Music Theatre Group and the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care. Jeremy had the distinct honor of working directly with Ms. Ensler on the revival of this play, which has not seen an audience in 22 years.
Other performance highlights include Sophie de Palma in Terrence McNally's Master Class, Louise Seger in Always...Patsy Cline, Alice Beineke in The Addams Family, Cherry Malotte in The Spoilers, and Mimi in Guys and Dolls.
She completed a 10-month internship with Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati (ETC) in June 2014. Jeremy closed her internship with the role of Barbara in Crumble (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake) - a play produced on ETC's stage in affiliation with the Cincinnati Fringe Festival.
Jeremy can be seen in the role of Dorothy in the Academy Award-nominated film Carol, directed by Mr. Todd Haynes.